Modelling British World War II Armoured Vehicles (Paperback)
  • Modelling British World War II Armoured Vehicles (Paperback)

Modelling British World War II Armoured Vehicles (Paperback)

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Paperback 192 Pages / Published: 01/03/2019
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This new book will be an essential reference for modellers and wargamers who build and paint World War II British armoured fighting vehicles. It provides extensive information on different types of vehicles, describing when they were used, by whom and for what purpose. In addition, the many modifications made to vehicles during the war are included, with guidance on how to create these for models. Step-by-step building and painting guides illustrate vehicles in 1/35, 1/72 and 1/76 scale. This book features models, often with a comparison of models from different manufacturers, for the following: M3 Grant Mk1, including a North African version; Cromwell Mk IV; Royal Marine Centaur; Cavalier Observation Post; Sherman M4A1 and Crab; Crusader III AA Mk 1; Matilda; Morris and Guy Quads; Bedford QLs; Scammell Pioneer Heavy Artillery tractor conversion; Anti-tank guns, e.g. the 'Pheasant', field guns, anti-aircraft guns, etc and, finally, figures which include uniform painting guides.

Publisher: The Crowood Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781785005473
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 535 g
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 14 mm

There is some great material, hints and tips in here, which I think will help both beginner and experienced modeller alike. Tom is a very capable modeller and he demonstrates his skill very well in his models. Recommended without any hesitation. -- Robin Buckland, Military Model Scene * Military Model Scene *

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